Borgo Giulianello

  • Borgo Giulianello

Energitismo 眼光

Giulianello, a few kilometers from Cori, is a small renaissance village with a church that houses the statue of a child, who according to legend, is made from a wood of Gethsemane. Giulianello is surrounded by greenery and the entire area with the lake was declared a natural monument. The name seems to derive directly from Julius Caesar, while the appearance of the Renaissance old town was created by the Salviati family between the sixteenth and the end of the eighteenth century. The square is dominated by the mighty Palazzo Salviati (closed to the public).

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